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Overhead Line Safety
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aerial equipment will be when fully
extended, and use a spotter to
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¯ OSHA requires greater than 10
feet of clearance from lines that
are over 50tO00 volts, For example,
the mlnlmum clearance for a 500,000volt line is 18 feet, There are no visible
markers to identify a power line’s
voltage, so call the local electric utility
for clearance Information if you are
unsure.
Ladder Hits Lines; Firefighter Dies
Three fireflghters were positioning a 3S-foot aluminum extension ladder
outside a three-story building with an,active fire on the third floor. Two of
the fireflghters apparently slipped and lost control of the ladder, which fell
against a 7,600-volt power line. One flreflghter was killed and one was
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Secure the area, Keep yourself
and the public at least 30 feet
away from fallen power lines,
Fallen transmission lines from .
large towers require 100 feet of
clearance,
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power lines, If you must use ~ater, use only a mist or spray, Do not use
stream--it can create a clear path for current,
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and anything they are
contactingr including nearby fences, trees, cable or phone lines, and the
ground,
F ire Captain Electrocuted by Downed Line
A 36-year-old fire captain was fatally shocked when he brushed against a
fallen 121000-volt power line while fighting a predawn house fire, The line
had fallen Into a nearby pine tree and was dangling just above the ground,
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= Do not enter or contact
vehicles that may be
energized. Instead, instruct
victims to drive the vehicle
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do so safely.
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¯ If victims are injuredr disabled, or otherwise unable to safely exit
the vehicle~ your Incident commander will tell you how to proceed.
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Vehicle Rescue Goes Awry
A car that had struck a utility pole lay on its side with an injured passenger
pinned inside, just two feet away from downed power lines. In an attempt tc
stabilize the vehicle, rescuers ran a steel winch cane below the sagging
power lines and attached it to the car’s luggage rack. A fire chief, a
firefighter, an ENT, and a bystander were ho[dlng the cable when the
luggage rack pulled loose; it and the cable contacted the energized I[nes.
The fire chief and bystander were both killed; the firefighter and EHT were
severely burned.
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¯ Let it burn. Burning
electrical equipmept is
already ruined and will be
replaced, Contact the local
utility and wait for them to
arrive.
¯ Evacuate the area, Keep
people atleast 300 feetaway. Protec~cexposuresto preventfire from
spreading.
¯ ~[f an equipment fire must be suppressed, utltlb/ personnel and your
Incident commander will tell you how to proceed,
Successful Response to Substation Fire
A circuit breaker containing 20 gallons of mineral oil caught fire and
exploded at a rural electric substation. Flames and smoke shot 200 feet into
the air. Flrefighters evacuated nearby residences within 300 feet, set up a
100-foot perimeter around the substation, closed the nearby highway, and
let the fire run its co.urse. Thanks to proper response procedures, no one
was injured.
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Stay Safe Around Electricity and Natural Gas
Teacher’s Guide
INTRODUCTION
The Stay Safe AroundEleciricity-andNatural Gas activity booklet can be used as a follow-up to a utility
presentation or as a stand-alona piece to teach electrical and natural gas safety oncepts~ Tiffs gaide provides
background for tesehers on the electrical and natural gas safety concepts contained in the booldct. It also includes
ideas for further discussion and exploration.
OBJECTIVE
To teach students the basic rulas and principles of electrical and nataral gas safety. Students wii1 be abIe to
Describe how aleetricity is generated, distributed, and used.
Explain why electricity can be dangerous.
Predict what is likely to happen in common situations involving potential electrical contact and identify
safe behaviors in each situation.
Daseribe where natural gas comes from, and how it is distributed and used.
Explain why natural gas can be dangerous.
Identify unsafe and safe behaviors aroand natural gas.
KEY PRENCI~LES OF ELECTRICAL AND NATURAL GAS SA~q~ETY
Use these principles to help students tmderstand the dangers represented in the activity book:
1. E~ectrialtyf~wseasi~ythr~ughc~nduct~rs~ikeraetalandwatar.Itd~esn~t~weas~ythr~ugh
insulators, fike special rubber or gIass.
2. Water is an excellent conductor of eiffctriclty. Beeanse the human body is mestly water, people are also
good conductors of electricity, which is why it is dangerous to us.
3. Electricity always takes the easiest path tu the ground.
4. If you come between alectricity and the ground, you become a annduetur for electricity and can be
shocked. An alestrical shock can seriousIy injure you.
5. Natural gas is pumped throngh ander~ound plpas tu mtr homes and bnsinessas.
6. Natural gas is combustible, and we use it by burring it.
PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND USE OF ELECTRICITY AND NATURAJ~ GAS
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Teacher Background
]Electricity is made at a power plant. Power plants use some form of fuel (coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydro,
wind, or solar) to heat water into s~eam, which turns the blades of a turbine. The turbine spins magnets inside a
generator, producing electricity.
Elestrioity travels through a grid of wiras, including transmission lines (which carry high-voltage electricity over
long distances) and distribution lines (which carry lower-voltage alectricity for use in homes and businesses).
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Teacher’s Guide
INTRODUCTION
The Stay Safe Arbund Electricity’and Natural Gas activity booklet can be used as a fullow-up to a udiity
presentation or as a stand-alone piece to teach electrical and natural gas safety concepts. Tlds guide provides
baekgr ouud for teachers on the electrieaI and natural gas safety enncepts contained in the booklet. It also includes
ideas for further discussion and exploration.
OBJECTIVE
To teach students the basic rules and principles of electrical and natural gas safety. Studentswill be able to
Describe how alectriclty is generated, distributed, and used.
Explain why eleetrMty can b~ danger0~
Predict what is likely to happen in common situations involving potential electrical contact and identify
safe behaviors in each situatin~
Describe where natural gas comes from, and how it is distributed and used.
Explain why natural gas can be dangerous.
Identify unsafe and safe behaviors arotmd natural gas.
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KEY PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL AND NATURAL GAS SA~’ETY
Use these principles to help students understand the dangers represented in the activity book:
1. E~ectri~ity~~wseasilythr~ugh~~nduct~rs~F~~emetalandwater.Itd~esn~t~~weasi~ythr~ugh
insulators, YA:e spasiai rubber or glass.
2. Water is tm excellent ennductor of electricity. Basause the human body is mastiy water, people ere also
good conductors of electricity, which is why it is dangerous to us.
3. Electricity always takes the easiest path to the ground.
4. If you enme between electricity and the ground, you become a conductor fur elastrialty and can be
shocked. An electrical shock can seriously injr~ce you.
5. Natttral gas is pumped through underground plpes to our homes and businesses.
6. Natural gas is combustible, and we use it by burning it.
PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND USE OF ELECTRICITY AND NATURAL GAS
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Teacher Background
Electricity is made at a power plant. Power plants use some form of fuel (coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydro,
wind, or solar) to heat water into steam, which turns the blades of a turbine. The turbine spins magnets inside a
generator, producing electricity.
Electricity travels through a gid of wires, including traozmission lines (which carry high-voltage electricity over
long distances) and distribution lines (which carry lower-voltage electricity for use in homes and businesses).
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Conductors, such as metal and water, allow electricity to flow through them. Water is such a good conductor that
most insulators v6A1 not work if they are wet. Insulators, such as special rubber or gjass, resist the flow of
electricity.
Discussion/Activities
1. Ask students to name a few common conductors. (Wires, cords, metalpipes, water, anything, wet, paper
clips, fingers or any part of the human body.)
2. Ask students to name a few common insulators. (Glass, air, dry dirt, special ceramics, rubber, and
plastics.) Make sure students understand the difference between insulatlng safety gear such as rubber
boots, and household products such as athletic shoes and latex gloves, which do not protect against shock.
Remind students that they should never experiment with these household products and electticity.
3. Reiteratu to students that water should never be squirted at a power line. The stream of water can conduct
electricity and shock the person doing this.
POWER LINE SAFETY
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Pages 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 13
(Page 13 also refers to safety around underground natural gas pipes.)
Teacher Background
Most overhead power lines are not insulated, and thus are locatad high off the ground to prevent accidental
contact. The rubber coating on some overhead power lines should not be confused with insulation; it is there to
protect the power llne from the effects of the weather and is not meant to protect people from shook. Even if a line
is ~nsulated, the tiniest pinhole or break in the insulation puts you at risk. Stress to students that they should never
touch power lines.
Discussion/Activities
1. Why does alectrialty stay in overhead lines instead of flowing down the p~Ie? (Insulators made of special
glass, ceramic, or pluslic are between the wire and the pole.)
2. Ask students tu brainstorm how electric line workers can tenth power lines safely. Remind them about
insulators and how they might be useful i~ this situation. (Sometimes workers turn offthe electricity in the
power line before working on it. When they work on live lines, they use insulated tools, wear special
insulating work boots with rubber soles [not athletic shoes], and use insulating gloves.) Emphasize that
these workers take special measures that students should never try to duplicate.
3. Remind students that if they are in a vehMo that contacts a downed power line (see p. 1 1), they are safe
from electrical shock as long as they stay in the vehicle, and should walt there until help arrives. If they
absolutely must leave the vehicle due to fire, aak students what they would do and why. (dump clear,
being careful not to touch the vehicle and the ground at the same time, so your body doesn’t create a path
for eleotriei02 to flow from the vehicle to the ground)
4. Ask students what conld happen if you start a digging project without ftrst calling the utility ioeator
service. (You could strike an underground gas pipeline and cause afire or explosion. You could strike an
underground power line and ge~ a shock.)
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Teacher Background
Substations, pule-mounted transformers, and pad-mounted transformers may a;~ract students’ curiosity.
Substadons and transformers contain equipment that can cause alectroontion. Students should stay away from
them and report any damaged or unlocked equipment to an adult.
Discussion/Activities
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Activity Book
Pre/Post Test
Directions: Circle the correct answer.
I. Which of these correctly describes how eIecMcity gets to us7
a) it travels on power lines from a power plant to our homes
b) it travels underground in the roots of powerful plants
2. Wttere does nataral gas come from?
a) under the earth b) Stars
e) hbUSeS
3. Electricity is always looking for the easies~ pathto the
a) ground
b) inanlator
c) sewer
d) Skyscrapers
d) fence
4, WNch of these is a very good conductor of electricity?
a) water
b) special glass
c) speeia! rubber gloves d).fiberglass
5. Which of the following is a safe thing to do?
c) play in an open field far away from power l~nes
a) touch power lines
b) reach to retrieve a kite caught in power lines, d) use an electric lawn mower near water
6. Ifyan see a power line that has fallen, what should you do7.
a) ignore it b) draw a picture of it
e) keep it a secret
d) stay away and report it to 911
7. Which of these is a safe thing to do?
a) use a hair dryer wb~le standing in water
b) use a pingged-in radio near the bathtub
e) dry your hands before turning off lights
d) put an electric shaver cord ~n water while shaving
8. Why is it important to call your local utility before digging [a the ground near your home?
a) to avoid hitting buried electric lines or gas pipelines
b) to find out what to do with the
c) to ask what size shovei to use
d) to ge~ a treasure map from them
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9. Why must you keep the area near gas appliances clear of toys, books, papers, and other items?
a) so nothing will be taken
b) because these appliances use a flame
e) to let you lmow where these appllances are
d) so you can play there
10. Wl~t is the safest thing to do if you smell gas [a your house and an adult is not home7
a) stay in the house
b) use a telephone in your house to call for help
e) leave immediately without using a light switch, candle, flasRlight, or telephone
d) tam on a light
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Answer Key ]
Information that relates to each question can be found on the pages listed below.
1. a) It travels on power Iines from a power plant to our homes. Page 2
2. a) under the earth. P~ge 3
3. a) ground. Page 5
4. a) water. Page 6
5. e) play in an open field far away from power lines. Pages 8-9
6. d) stay away and report it to 911 or the poliGe. Page 11
7 ~) dry your hands befure turnthg off lights. Page 12
8. a) to avoid bXtt’mg buried electric lines or gas pipelines. Page I3
9. b) because these appliances use a flame. Page 14
10. o) leave the house without using a light switoh, candle, flashligN, or telephone. Page i5
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Beware of Overhead Power Lines
Call BeforeYou Dig
IfYour Equipment Contacts u Natural Gas Line
Don’t Risk It.I Use a Spotter
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HOW TO DETECT A NATURAL GAS LEAK
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SMELL: Because natural gas has no odor, ws add a harmless, but
distinctive odorant coiled mercaptan to it. The smell is similar to that
of a rotten egg or sulfur, Recognizing this odor either in your home or
in your neighborhood helps you immediately smell even the smallest
of leaks and respond appropriately. Be aware that soil can absorb the
odorant, so also listen and watch for other leak indicators.
SOUND: A gas leak also may create a slight hissing, to a stronger
blowing, or even e ~earing, sound.
SIGHT: If you see dead or dying vegetation for no apparent reason,
dirt blowing or bubbling in a pond or puddle, they can be signs of a gas
leak. When you smell, hear or see it, it’s safest to have a professional
investigate the source.
YOUR SAFE RESPONSE TO A GAS LEAK
¯ Leave your home immediately. If the odor is outside,
quickly move far away and upwind from the odor,
¯ Never use a phone or cell phone inside or near an outside odor.
0nly when you’ve a safe distance away, then call us at
80g-895-2999, or your local gas compapy, or 911 in an emergency,
for immediate help.
¯ If inside, never t~rn on or ~Jrn off any light switches or use any
electric switch, including garage door openers, before you leave.
¯ If you have used a phone inside your home or near the outside
odor - which is never recommended- do not hang up the receiver
as that also can create a spark that may ignite the gas.
¯ Never strike a match or smoke a cigarette near suspected
leaking gas.
¯ Stay away unti~ an emergency response official or your local
gas company tells you it’s safe to return,
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STAY AWAY FROM DOWNED POWER LINES
AIways assume a downed wire is energized and dangerous. Touching
a live line or anything it’s touching or near it- such as a fence, a gudd{e,
a car, a person, etc. - will allow elestricib/to flow from the line and
anything the line is touching to you and through your body to reach the
ground. This can result in serious injury or death, fior additional energy
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POWER LINES ARE DANGEROUS
Simgie. tasks such
.as pruning a tree, cleaning, your. gutters, or making
repairs to the outside of your home can serious y ~njure you or even be
fatal when overhead power lines are nearby. When working outdoors,
always look up first
" to locate overhead lines and assume that any hne"
,
is energized,
¯ Keep yourself, ladders, work tools, and any object you’re holding-no
matter what it’s made of-more than 10 feet away from power lines.
¯ When you’re working or hunting in fields near irrigation pfpes and
you need to lift a pipe upright, first Iook up for power lines. If power
lines are present, be sure the pipe is at least 10 feet from them.
¯ Pruning t~ees near power lines is dangerous; only qualified tree
trimmers may trim near high voltage gower lines.
¯ Never plant vegetation near metal boxes that house electrical
equipment Also, if you notice any tampering or missing locks on
the equipment, contact us immediately at 800-895-I 999,
KEEP OUTDOOR PLAY SAFE
¯ Teach your children to never climb trees near power dnes, nor
to play near or on electrical equipment such as power poles,
transformers, metal switch cabinets, fences or substations.
¯ Fly kites, model planes and other toys in open fields far away
from overhead power lines and never place a trampoline or
buiid a playhouse under a power line.
¯ When beating or fishing, watch out for power lines near rivers and
lakes. Masts on sailboats conduct electricity and so do fishing lines.
Avoid docking or casting near power lines and never try to retrieve
lures tangled with power lines.
¯ Always be aware of HIGH VOLTAGE WARNING and DANGER
signs. Heed the warnings and stay away,
BEFORE DIGGING, KNOWWHAT’S BELOW.
Be smart when you have a digging project Smart digging means
calling 811 several days before each ioh. Homeowners often make
risby assumptions and don’t have their utility lines marked, but all
digging jobs require a call- even smaII grojects like planting trees
and shrubs: It’s a free ~erviba that helps yqd di~ ~rnartl~ ahd ~afdl7
by following these few simple stags:
¯ Always call before digging.
¯ Wait the required time before you dig to a[Iow all utilities
time to locate and mark their tines.
¯ Respect the marks.
¯ Avoid digging near the marks.
¯ Don’tassume anything.
Calling 811 is a free service that senses to prevent injuries,
property damage, inconvenience and expense, utigties do not
locate customer-installed lines such as those that provide gas to
a grill, heat to a pool or garag&
NORTH DAKOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA ONE CALL:
Call 811 two business days in advance,
Kaoww]zat~ below,
Call before you dig,
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Training Haterials
To help you teach employees .how to
work safely around electrical and natural
gas lines~ we’re pleased to offer you a FREE
safety training kit.
2089-20t 0 Safety T~’ainlng Kits AvN~able in English and Spanish
Kit includes:
¯ ContractorBeware Booklets
These 8-page booklets feature full-color photos that Illustrate key safety
tips regarding overhead and underground power lines, excavation, spotte
and equipment usage, and natural gas lines,
¯ Wallet Cards (20)
This is a quick reference guide to carry with you at el! times. Contains
critical information and telephone numbers. Addi#iona[ Wallet Cards may
be ordered ~o accommodate aft employees.
Worker Beware DVD (:1.) which contains:
¯ Worker Beware video: This video training tool contains the
latest, utillty-related safety information available and
enhances our other program mater[als, The video is broken
into manageable, scenario-specific training modules for your
convenience, {nc[udlng:
o Introduction: Electric & Gas Safety Basics (5 min.)
o Module I: Digging & Excavating (!4 rain.)
o Module II: Ladders & Long Tools (8 mln.)
o Module III: Cranes & Heavy Equipment (8 rain.)
¯ Slide Show: This presentation is designed to enhance your
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participants before viewlng the video. It includes talking points
to assist you with each slide.
¯ Trainer’s Guide: This comprehensive guide addresses
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Welcome to our safety website, We hope
this site will help you work safely around
electric and natural gas utilities. Here’s
how to get the most from it:
¯ Test your safety skills, First take eur
Contractor Training~ to find out how much
you already know about staying safe...and how
much you may still need to learn.
¯ Learn something new, Use the ~ and
Look Uo and Live tabs above to find basic safeb/
guidance.
¯ Looking for specific tips? The S~ gives
you an at-a-glance overview of all pages on this
site.
¯
Read about,safety mishaps. Check out our
Case Studie~s to learn from other workers’
mistakes.
¯ The Fa~s Buttons have stories~ statisticsr and useful tips,
Look for them at the bottom left of most pages.
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Are You Living Dangerously On Tl~e Job?
Contractor Tr~intn9 Quiz
How safe are you roallyaround electricity and natural gas? Take this quiz
and find out. For each question, circle the answer that best describes how
you would typically respond to each situation on the job. (Answers are on a
separate Sheet.)
1. You arrive at an excavation job to find there are no utility Iocator
marks. Your co-worker assures you the one-call utility Iocator service
was contacted, What do you do? .......................................................................................................................
A. Go ahead and start the work. The job has to be done today.
B. Ask your boss to call the utility Iocator service again. Ask for a new
assignment until the utilities are marked.
C. Hand dig until you find some utilities yourself. Tl~en excavate around
them with your heavy equipment.
2. The path of underground utilities has been marked. Your boss asks you
to hand dig to expose the utilities and confirm their depth. What do you
do?
A. Use a blunt trenching tool and carefully pry away dirt to expose
utilities and confirm their depth before beginning excavation.
B. Use a pick to hand dig and expose the utilities.
C. Borrow an electric post-hole digger to expose utilities.
3, During a digging job you nick an underground natural gas pipeline, What
do you do?
A. Patch the nick with duct tape and backfill the hole with dirt.
B. Leave the hole open, Call the utility and inform your supervisor.
C. Ignore the hit. Maybe no one will notice.
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4. Your excavation company uses trenchless technolo~jy. What needs to
happen at the start of every new job?
A. The drill rig has a utility strike alarm that senses the magnetic field
around buried power lines, so your company doesn’t need to notify
anyone that you’ll be working around power lines.
B. You need to level the job site before work can begin.
C. Your company must notify the one-call utility locator service to
mark the location of utilities at least two days before work will begin.
You are operating heavy equipment that contacts an overhead llne.
What do you do?
A, Get off the equipment as quickly as possible. Run away.
B. Stay put. Warn others away. Have someone call the utility.
C. Knock the wire down so it’s not touching the equipment.
6. You need to work closer than 10 feet from a 15,000-volt power line.
What do you do?
A. Make sure no one is looking and just try to stay away from the line,
Don’t forget to duck.
B. Ask your employer to call the utility and find out what safety
measures can be taken.
C. Designate a spotter to make sure you don’t bump into the power line.
7. You will be working on a construction site that has e 115,000-volt power
line running throu~jh it. You need to keep your crew a safe distance from
the line. What do you do?
A. Don’t worry about it. The really high-voltage lines are insulated.
B. Establish a lO-foot safety clearance boundary and keep everyone
away.
C. The required clearance for power lines with more than 50,000 volts
is greater than 10 feet. Contact the electric utility to learn the
clearance and for safety suggestions.
8. You’ll be operatin~ a crane near a power line. Before you even set foot in
the cab, what do you do?
A. Survey the site to be sure you are aware of all overhead lines. Once
the voltage and proper safe work distance are established, designate
a spotter to be sure the crane stays at least that distance from the
power line.
B. Have a cup of coffee so you’ll be alert to the danger. Then you won’t
need any help from a spotter.
C. Plan your escape route, so you’ll know which way to jump if your
crane hits a power line.
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A motor vehicle accident near your job site causes ¯ power line to come
down on the car involved. What do you do?
A. Quickly run to the car and qet the people Out.
B. Notify 911 and the utility of the accident and the power line beincJ
down, Keep others away until it is safe to help,
C. Grab the power line and pull it off the car. Then it will be safe to help
the accident victims.
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2. A
3. B
4. C
5, B
6. B
7, C
8, A
9. B
Cona’actor Beware: Prownt Utility Dig-lns
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DIG SAFELY LOO~( UP AND LIVE CASE STUDIES
Prevent Utility Dig-Ins
Utility contacts can be costly--and deadly,
Underground utility contacts cost utility owners and contractors
millions of dollars in repair and service disruption costs every
year. Not only that, workers who contac~ buried utilities put
themselves and the punic at risk of injury or death. It’s your
responsibility to dig safely to protect yourself, your crew, and
the public.
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Contractor Beware: Call Before Digging
Prevent Utility Dig-Ins
Catl Before Digging
Understand Locator Marks
Tolerance Zones
Hand Digging
Vacuum Technology
Trellchless Technology
If You Contact a Utility
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Call Before Digging
¯ Contact your one-call utilitylocator service,
Call the [ocator service before you dig, blast, bore,
trench, drill, grade, or excavate in any way. The
local one-call unity Iocator service will arrange for
marking of underground power lines and other
utilities so you can keep your d stance. If you can
white-line your proposed excavation route, Iocators
can more easily mark the affected utilities,
¯ Never rely solely on your utility maps,
Utility maps are not updated often, and the
rl3~f~il3g~ ~a~ be 6ff~ Th~ o~e~call ~enter hag the
moat current, most accurate information about
buried utilities.
Call your one-call utility Iocator service well
ahead of digging, so underground utilities
can be marked and you can work safely,
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Contractor Beware: Understand Locator Marks
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Understand
Locator Harks
Understand Locator I~tarks
Tolerance Zones
Trenchless Technology
You Contact a Utility
Utility locator markings protect you,
Make sure you and your crew know how to
read utility Iocator marldngs and know the
American Public Works Association (APWA)
uniform color code for marking underground
utilities. Color code charts are usually available
from your [oca[ one-call utility [ocator service.
¯ Locator flags are placed within paint
marks,
If you find flags outside the borders of Iocator
markings, someone may have tampered with
them. Contact your local one-call utilib/Iocator
service,
(© 2001 VISTA Training, Inc,)
APWA Color Codes:
~J~ Electric Power Lines
I~-~ Gas, Oil, or Steam
~ Communication Lines, CaNes, or Conduit
~ Potable Water
~ Reclaimed Water, Irrigation, and Slurry Lines
~1~ Sewers and Drain Lines
~ Temporary Survey Markings
~ ~ Proposed Excavation
Utility Iocator markings protect you from
injury and prevent damage to
underground utilities. Hake sure you and
your crew know how to read them.
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Contractor Beware: Tolerance Zones
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Tolerance Zones
The tolerance zone protects buried
utilities.
The tolerance zone is the width of an
underground utility plus a Specified
tolerance distance on both sides of that
utility. Do not use power-digging
equipment within this zone, The zone
provides a margin of error in case the
Iocator marks are slightly off. It also
provides a buffer zone to prevent
damage resulting from nearby
If you do not respect the tolerance
zone, you risk contacting buried
utilities. You also risk damaging them
indirectly by removing supporting soil,
which could cause the utility to bend or
break. You could be injured or killed,
and your company could be liable for
any damages that occur.
(© 2001 VISTA Training, Inc,)
To avoid damaging buried utilities,
do not power dig within the
tolerance zone. Hand dig or use
vacuum technology instead.
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of
Hand Digging
Check utility depth for yourself,
Before you can safely cross or work close to an
underground utility, you must first verify its depth.
Flags and Iocator marks tell you the direction the
utility is running, but not how deeply it is buried.
The only way to be sure of utility depth is to
carefully expose it and see for yourself.
Proper hand-digging tools and techniques will
protect both you and the utility:
Use a blunt-nosed shovel to loosen the soil,
and a regular shovel to remove It. Do not
use a pickax or a pointed spade, Do not stab
at the soil or stomp on the shovel with both
feet.
Work with a gentle prylng actlon and dig at
an angle~ so the shovel will slide along the
surface of the wlre, conduit, or plpe. Or, dig
to the depth where you expect the utility to
be, but off to the slde. Then use a prylng
motion to break away soil as you approach
the utlI[ty laterally.
(© 2001 VISTA Training, Inc.)
Use proper hand-digging tools and
techniques to safely verify the depth of
any buried utilities you must cross or
work near.
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Co~tractor Beware: Vacuum Tec~¢oIogy
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Vacuum Technology
¯ Vacuum equipment helps you
verify utility depth.
Before you can safely cross or work
dose to an underground utility, you
must first verify its depth. Flags and
Iocator marks tell you the direction the
utility is running, but not how deeply it
is buried. The on[y way to be sure of
utility depth is to carefully expose It
yourself.
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labor.
utilities without harming them. Tt uses
sol] down to the utility. Operate
vacuum equipment only if you have
been properly trained in its use.
If damage to a utility does occur,
report it immediately.
Repairs can be made more easity while
the utility is still exposed. Never try to
fix a damaged utility yourself.
Be sure to wear proper personal
protective equipment when using vacuum technology to verify utility
depth.
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SAFELY LOOK UP AND LIVE ~ASE STUDI~:S
Trenchless
Technology
Vacuum Technology
:
Trenchless Technology
= Call the one-call utility Iocator
service.
If you are planning to usa directional
driIling, contact your local one-call utility
Iocator service well ahead of the job. Let
thein know about the equipment you will
be using, and ask them to space Iocator
marks closer together. This will help you
see if the utllity’s path shifts or turns
suddenly,
Dig potholes so you can visually
monitor the drill head,
A buried drill head makes it impossible to
tell if you’ve struck a utility. TNs makes it
even more important to keep a safe
distance. Hake sure the drill head
remains at least three feet away from the
utility. Keep the hole open until the drill
head has been pulled back and the drilling
is over.
Calibrate the bore head and locating
device at the beginning of each job.
Remember, the locating device can
monitor the bore head on the Initial pass,
but cannot monitor the backream head,
(© 2001 VISTA Training~ Inc.)
Stay at least three feet away when
boring parallel to buried utilities.
Pothole utilities so you can monitor
the bore head path and visually
verify a safe distance.
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Contractor Beware: If Yon Contact a Utility
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SAFELY LOOI(UP AND L~VE CASI~ STUDZES
If You Contact a
Utility
There’s no such thing as minor damage to
utilities,
What looks like a small nick in a gas, sewer,
electricity, or water line can result in a major
health and fire hazard to the sun-ounding
neighborhood. And damaged phone lines or fiber
optic cables can disrupt 911 emergency service.
Trenchless Tec~lllology
If¥ou Contact a Utility
Never bury a damaged utility.
Trylng to cover up an accident can be
dangerous, and can lead to costly damages or
criminal charges against you and your company.
Take the following steps Instead:
case of electrical contact."
¯ Call 911 and the electric company
immediately.
¯ Warn co-workers to stay away.
¯ Do NOT touch the equipment and the
ground at the same time.
¯ Stay on the equipment unless it’s on fire.
¯ If you must exit the equipment~ jump
clear and land with your feet together.
Shuffle away with feet together and on
the ground.
case of gas pipeline contact=
¯ Call 911 and your gas utility immediately,
¯ Call your supervisor.
Keep people out of the area. ,
~ Keep all Ignition sources (llke vehicles)
away~ as thls can cause gas to Ignite.
¯ Be available Lo tell emergency personnel
what happened.
case of other utility contact;
¯ Notify your supervisor and the utility
owner immediately,
¯ If you cut a fiber optic cane do not look
into the end of it. This can cause set ous
eye damage even if the light source is not
vlsib[e.
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:In the event of any type of utility
contact, take appropriate safety
steps and notify your supervisor and
the utility immediately,
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Power Line Safety
Contacting an overhead power line could cost you your
life.
Overhead power lines are not insulated. So i you touch one
with your body, your equipment, or your too[ae yOU Or someone
you work with could die. Everyone who works near power lines
is at risk, wh~ther you operate heavy equipment or use ladders
and hand-heM tools. It’s up to you to work safely to protect
yourself~, your crew, and the punic.
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Interactive Training Tools
Our interactive training tools give you everything you need to teach an(
learn about working safely near utility lines. You can use them on this
website, or download them by right-clicking an ~tem and saving it to ~/our
computer.
Training Tools
VTdeo
¯ Safety Trainer’s Guide, Step-by-step instructions for an easy, effective
safety meeting (to download Adobe Acrobat click icon below).
S~panish
¯ Slide Show, A 1S-minute presentation of critica[ safety tips (to downloaa
k4acromedia Flash Player click icon below),
S~Danish
¯ Slide Show Presenter’s Notes, Talking points to support use of the slld
show in a safety training,
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Training Tools
Worker Beware:
Digging &
Excavating
(14 rain.)
Satisfaction Survey
Worker Beware:
Ladders & Long
Tools
(8 rain,)
Worker Beware:
Cranes & Heavy
Equipment
(8 m[n.}
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State of MN
Corporate Contributions
Community Grants
Total Corporate Contributions
$ 234,519
Focus Area Grants
Arts & Culture
Building Stronger Communities
Enviornmental
Education
Total Focus Area Grants
$ 1,736,693
Matching Gifts Program
United Way
Not for Profit 501c3
Higher Education
Total Matching Grants
953,432
2,924,644
TOTAL CORPORA TE DONATIONS
$
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832,619
$ 3,757,263
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Protecting and improving water quality
Organization of sport persons whose mission is to volunteer theit
~ime and talents to provide hunting, fishing, and related
~pportunities for the physically challenged.
Free clinic opening January 2010; start up supplies
Suppod program for people who have lost their jobs
Social Justice Conference with Youth (learning-and-action for
MN students in grades 7-12)
St Cloud Hospital Hospitality House; affordable lodging for
[amilies of patients residing outside of St. Cloud area and
MN receiving treatment within the St. Cloud medical community
The Foundation partners with businesses,individuals and
nonprofit agencies to have a lasting impact in Central Minnesota
From scholarships to emergency services, our funds serve a
MN vadety of needs in the St. Cloud area and beyond.
Food shelf; dollar match community Charity Challenge (through
MN fiscal agent Central Minnesota C, ommunity Fou,ndaiton) v
and general community goals; the Central MN Community
Foundation has a steering committee, sanctioned by the City, to
MN implement the plan
Women on State (fundraising event for women’s fund:
scholarships, Habitat for Humanity Women Build, Boys & Girls
MN Club, Anna Maries, and more)
Food shelf; dollar match community Charity Challenge (through
MN fiscal agent Central Minnesota Community Foundation)
The Foundation partners with businesses, individuals and
nonprofit agencies to have a lasting impact in Central Minnesota
From scholarships to emergency services, our funds serve a
MN variety of needs in the St. Cloud area and beyond.
Good Samaritan Fund; sen/e people with one time emergency
MN needs to help prevent a crisis
Family Reunion Celebrating 20 years, recognizing homeowner
families, volunteers, and the people who were instrumental in
MN the history of the affiliate
MN Program for ex-offendem; employment, housing, mentodng
MN Conference for child care providers
Helping older adults and those with disabilities stay in their
MN homes through chores, handyman jobs and home repairs
Support for Avon Community Improvement Committee (ACIC)
MN for business recruitment and development
MN Safety camp teaching children bands-on safety skills
MN Support for City of Chanhassen community events
MN Support for Chisago City community celebration
MN Support for the City of Cold Spdng HomeTown Pride Days
MN Support for the City of Eden Prairie arts and special events
MN Safetycampfor children
MN Safetycamp (grades2-3)
DONATIONS
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Community
Community
Community
Community
City of New London
City of Red Wing
New London
Red Wing
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
City of Royalton
City of Royalton
City of Silver Lake
City of St Martin
City of Taylors Falls
Royalton
Royalton
Silver Lake
St Martin
Taylors Falls
Community
Community
City of Watkins
Colonial Manor of Ba]aton
Watkins
Balaton
Community
Community
Committee Against Domestic Abuse (CADA)
Companies to Classrooms
Mankato
Bloomington
Community
Community
Community
~akota Communities
~akota Woodlands
3isabled American Veterans
Eagan
Eagan
Lake City
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
~itstrict 279 Foundation
~)istdct One Hospital
3ollars for Scholars
~)rum Beauty Inc
-~agan Foundation
Maple Grove
Faribault
Mankafe
Stillwater
Eagan
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
East Side Neighborhood Services
Edina Community Foundation
Edina Community Foundation
Emergency Community Help Organization (ECHO)
Family Pathways
:aribault Area Food Shelf
Faribault Area Senior Citizens
Foley Area C.A.R.E.
Fdends in Need Food Shelf
Ga~lord Fire Department
Minneapolis
Edina
Edina
Mankato
Cambridge
Fadbault
Fafibauit
Foley
St Paul Park
Gaylord
Community Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valley! St Paul
Community Girls on the Run of Bluff County
Red Wing
Community Habitat for Humanity International Inc. Lake Agassi~ Moorhead
Community Hammer Residences
Community Helping Hands Outreach to Elders
Wayzata
Holdin,q ford
Community Highland Friendship Club
St Paul
Community House of Hope, Inc
Mankato
Community Household & Outside Maintenance for Erdefly (H.O.]V Bloomington
VlN 2009 United Fund Drive
VlN Safety camp for youth grades 3~
VlN Suppod for the City of Morton’s ! 25 year celebration
Connected communities sustainable development in the city’s
VlN river and trails environment and arts community
VlN Safety camp for 3rd and 4th graders
All Wheels Rodeo (child safety training class biking,
WN skateboarding, rollerblading)
VlN Development of skateboard park in city park
~IN Support for the City of Silver Lake’s winter festival
VIN Operating funds for community center
WN Lighting Festival 3 day community celebration
Santa Claus Day for children; play and activities by Watkins
VtN Community Theater Group
WN Purchase equipment
Battered women’s shelter providing shelter and advocacy
WN services to women and children
VIN Classroom supplies
Therapy equipment for people who live with disabilities; dollar fo
VlN dollar year end challenge match
VlN short temn housing facility for homeless women and children
MN Programs for disabled veterans and family members
Conservation Center; educated about resources, lifestyle
MN choi(~s and conservation
MN Area hospiee program
MN Scholarship
MN Suppod of City of Stillwater Lumbeljack Days and July 4
MN Scholarship
Fund raiser to provide camper subsidies for children from IowMN income families to attend Camp Bovey
MN Our Clean Energy Future event (an Edina Dialogue Program)
MN Support city of Edina - July 4 community celebration
MN food shelf assistance
MN Local food pantdes
MN Food shelf
MN Programs and services for seniors
MN Elderly services, a living at home/bieck nurse program
MN Food shelf
MN Fund drive to update fire fighting and rescue equipment
Leadership development organization for gids, building girls of
MN courage, conlfdence, and character.
Girls in grades 3-8; running event with healthy living education;
self-esteem through health education, life skills development,
MN mentoring relationships and physical training
MN Construction of affordable housesfor qualifying families
Provide quality services for adults and children with
MN developmental disabilities
MN Outreach program for adults with disabilities
Program offering young adults with disabilities chance to
MN connect with friends, learn social skills
General operating expenses (resource for chemical dependency
MN treatment and education)
live independently provided homemaker & home maintenance
Community independent School District 194
Lakeville
MN
Community
Community
Community
Community
Mankato
Little Fails
Minnetonka
I nver Grove Heigf
MN
MN
MN
MN
Independent School Distdct 77
Initiative Foundation
Intercongregafion Communities Association
Inver Grove Heights BEST Foundation
engineering, environmental studies, line work
maintenance/technical college)
Central Freedom School, recovery high school for students with
chemical dependency issues
Outstanding LeaderAwards event
Foodsheit
Scholarship
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DONATIONS
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Joseph R Brown Heritage Society
Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest
Kids Against Hunger
Kinship Partnem Inc
Legionviite School Safety Patrol Training Center
Henderson
Brainerd
Mankato
Brainerd
Faribault
Community
Community
Community
Leisure Education for Exceptional People (LEEP)
Linwood Township Fire Department
Mankato Area Youth Baseban Association
Community Mankato Ballet Company
Community Mankato Figure Skating Club
Mankafe
Stacy
Mankato
Mankato
Mankafe
Community Mankato State University, Mankafe
Community Vlap!e River Dollars for Scholars
Community Vlarch of Dimes
Community Mary’s Wish
Community Vletro Youth Partnership
Mankafe
Mapleton
St Cloud
Waconia
Moorhead
Community
Community
Community
VgNNESOTA LIFE COLLEGE
RICHFIELD
Vlfenesota Renewable Energy Society
Minneapols
Vlfenesota State College-SoutheastTechnioal Found Winona
Community i Vlinnesota State University, Mankafe Foundation, Inc Mankato
Mankato
Community i VlinnesotaValley Chorale
Community Minnewaska Lake AssoCiation
Glenwood
Mankato
Community MRCI Foundation
Community Multi-Cultura! Center of Central Minnesota
St Cloud
Community National Child Safety Council
RedWing
Lindstmm
Community National Fire Safety Council
Community National Fire Safety Councit
St Cloud
Waconia
Community National Fire Safety Council
St Paul
Community National Kidney Foundation
Community Neighbop~,fec.
SouthSaintPaul
New Richland
Community New Richland Fire Department
Minneapons
Community Northeast Minneapofs Arts Association (NEMAA)
St Paut
Community Partners for Viofence Prevention
Community Puthstone Living
Mankato
Community Pheasants Forever
Community Pipestone Chamber of Commerce
Cold Sprin9
Pipestone
Community
Community
iCommunity
3ommunity
St Cloud
Glenwood
RedWing
Red Wing
Place of Hope Ministries
Pope County Historical Society
Red Wing Area Food Shelf
Red Wing Family YMCA
3ommunity Red Wing Youth Outreach
3ommunity Riding on Angels’ Wings
3ommunity River Bend Bells
Red Wing
Feiton
Mankafe
3ommunity Saint Paul Foundation
3ommunity Shakopee Derby Days
3ommunity Sioux Council Boy Scouts
St Paul
Shakopee
Slayton
Society of Automotive Engineers competition (fabricate and
V1N design Formula and Baia automotive vehicles)
.3horal music fall conceri
MN Fund projects enhancleg the quality of Lake Minnewaska
V1N WorkSource, programs and services for people with disabilities
V1N Vlulticuitural celebration event
MN --)rug education and child safety materials
MN --ire safety education program mateitals geared toward children
MN --ire safety education mafedale for children
MN --ire safety education progr’pm mafedals for children
MN Kidney Walk
MN =ood shelf and eme~]ency social services
MN =ire department equipment
MN ~rt-a-Whiri (free, self-guided art crawl)
MN Peace and environmental activities for youth; support Peace
~hdstmas party for clients of the Adult Day Service program
=athsfene Living, formerly Mankato Lutheran Homes, is a
MN arogram of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
Youth mentor hunt with Central MN Bid Brothers Big Sisters;
MN axperience outdoors and teach safety
MN ~Vatertower Festival
Empty Bowls event; benefit Place of Hope and Lutheran Social
MN Services-St Cloud Area Crisis Nursery
MN Record and preserve the histo~/of the county
MN Food shelf program of Goodhue County Christmas Project
MN Strong Kid’s campaign
Red Wing Youth Outreach (youth at risk) and Red Wing
MN Environmental Learning Center (environmental programs)
MN Contribution to operations
MN ~nsembfe
ISD 256 Red Wing Public Schools pedormance arts program;
MN musical instruments repair and replacement
MN Community celebration
MN 2009 Friends of Scouting Campaign
DONATIONS
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Histodc
Community
PayableOrganizafion Name
Slayton Community Chest
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Southeast Area YMCA
& Services (SMILES)
Southwest Initiative Foundation
St Paul East Athletic Association
St Paul Public Schools Foundation
Steams County Histodcal Society
; :, ........city
S]ayton
S]ayton
St Paul
VIN Give Murray Co Kids a Hand
VIN 2009 Hockey Day Minnesota
St Cloud
VtN General operating suppod for museum and research center
Tracy
Tracy
Tracy
V1N Spodsmen’s show
V1N 2009 Praide Women’s Ex’po
VIN Equipment
Community Summit Academy OIC
Community
Community :
Community
Community
Community i
]-he Sheldon Performing Art Theatre
Tracy Area Chamber of Commerce
Tracy Area Chamber of Commerce
Tracy Area Medical Foundation
Tracy United Fund
,
Community Jnited Way
Community
Community
Community
VINE FAITH IN ACTION
¢olunteels Enlisted to Assist People (VEAP)
¢olunteers Enlisted to Assist People (VEAP)
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Care Project
~Vheels Across the Prairie Museum
~Vinsted Police Department
YMCA
YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis
YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis
Community YMCA, Mankato Family
TOTAL COMMUNITY GRANTS
,
Red Wing
Mankato
Bloomington
Bloomington
,
V1N
kids in areas of academic support, social & emotional
development & adult mentodng
MN older homeowners
I MN Enemy efficient refrigerator for use by staff and volunteem
MN Foodshelfassistance
Food shelf and community social services (program division of
Mo~, an
MN St Michael’s Church parish)
MN Operating bud~el
Tracy
Winsted
MN Bike rodeo (bicycle safety)
St Cloud
MN Promenade fundraising event for purchasing art for silent
Coon Rapids
MN Annual Y-Pa rtners campai,q n
Coon Rapids
MN Y partners support of community programs
Strong Kids fundraising campaign; financial assistance for youth
Mankato
MN and families
i $ 234,519 i
DONATIONS
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Genera] operating suppoal for the Center’s communfiy cultural
activities, particularly the family-oriented July and December Art
Shows and the Seplember Celebration of Minnesota Children’s Book
Anderson Center for Interdisalplina~7 Studies RedWing
~linneapofis
firts and
Culture
MN
MN
3enter for Hmong Arts and Talent
St. Paul
~-LIM B Theatre, Inc
inver Grove Height; MN
St. Paul
MN
MN
,ersons of limited mobility a live professional,quality theater
MN expedence.
~uck Soup Players, Inc
£ast Side Ads CouncJI
St. Paul
MN
-argo-Moorhead Orchestral Association
Moorhead
MN
Minneapolis
MN
~rtsand
3ugure
MN
3ufiure
3uthfie Theatre Foundation
MN
To underwrite its 2010 Youth Concerts for heady 3,500 grade school
students from schools in 50 communities.
~,Jerely Players Community Theatre, Inc.
Mankalo
MN
Season funding to assist in reaching ftn~nalal goals, a fiowiog to
produce quality peffonnances for the Greater Mankato Area.
Vlinneapolis Society of Fine AFL~
3u flute
Vfixed Blood Theatre Company
MN
Minneapolis
MN
In support of its mission to en fich the community by cofieofing,
preserving, and making accessible outstanding works of ad from the
wodd’s diverse cultures.
St. Paul
Minneapolis
MN
MN
For general operafiog suppori.
Minneapolis
MN
Minnesota’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT) and a!lies
community chor~s seeking funds for Different is GREAT!" a mufiilayered youth outreach project inelu fling in-school pefformances.
Support of the 2010 Ffint Hills International Children’s Festival.
specifically the Bufierfly Garden. This year, the Bulterfly Tent will be
enhanced as part of the 10th Analversa~y celebrofion.
Bupp~ for its theater, visual arts, and arts education programming.
PART has a strong histoly of commitment to community-based arts
organizations, to affordabth ticket pdces for quality programming.
St. Paul
MN
St. Paul
MN
SLCIoud
MN
=ark Square Theatre
St. Paul
MN
"enumbra Theatre Company, Inc,
St. Paul
MN
~amsey County Historic!l Society
St. Paul
MN
community, chalthoge ideas, etc.
Life. RCHS believes that before they can know and understand other
cultures, our young people must know themselves and the roots of
their past.
Moo~ead
MN
Trygve OIson, who wifi create ad in the Museum for valfiors du fing
operofing hours.
Hop~ns
MN
St. Paul
MN
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
~rts and
Culture
~,ds and
Culture
~,ds and
Culture
Supporl of Access Programs that benefit patrons with physical
MN
~ilkweed Editions, Inc.
and
3ulture
Support at dsk youth through the Students at Risk STAR) program.
STAR supports youth facing extraordinaE/challenges in their fives.
Mankato
fi.’~s and
Culture
~rts and
Culture
Supp~al of ArtsYES, (Arts programs for Youth on the East Side) a
seges of free after-school and out=of=school arts classes that are
offered on the East Side of St. Paul
Music", a Mbofe to children’s literature. The Young People’s daytime
,efformance is open to all fourth grade students in our region at a
reduced pdce
~ankato Symphony Orchestra
3u flute
~rts and
3ufiure
Provide free ads instructi~q to Hmong youth, ages 8 - 19, the majodt
of whom come from low-income households. CHAT is seeking
funding for the Summer 2010 Art Saves Us s
SteppingStone Theatre Company
DONATIONS
The Children’s Theatre Company and School
T~e History Theatre, Inc.
The Minnesota Opera
Vlinneapolis
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Society
St. Paul
The Sheldon Performing A~t Theatre
Fwin Cities Gay Men’s Chores
Jnged AdS of central Minnesota
JrbanA~sAcademy
st. Cioud
DONATIONS
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180 Degrees, Inc.
Sustainability
Ain Dah Yung (Our Home) Shelter
Minneapolis
MN
Minneapolis
MN
st. Pau!
MN
MN
Sustainability
Sustainability
American Indian SIC
Chrysalis. Center for Women
Sustainability
MN
Minneapolis
MN
St. Paul
MN
vlinneapolis
MN
Sustaina bility
Susthinability
Sustainability
iSustainabiltiy
Support for our Sustainabi]tiy Services to help clienls build on their
own strengths to achieve safe, stable, healthy lives for themselves
and their families.
To cover the cost of providing our Career Advantage Employment
Program. Career Advantage is an on-site, comprehensive
employment and professional development program that helps
residents of CommonBond Communities,
MN
East Side Neighborhood Development
Company
FamilyMeans
MN
3tillwater
Sustainability
3ustainabiltiy
Suppod of Project Connect, which offers immediate, paid work and
training to people with barriers to employment, other than physical
disabilities, make a successful transition from welfare to work, and
Ihen s~ay in the woddorce.
Suppod for homeless and at dsk youth, in particular, our Emergency
Shelter and Bevedey Benjamin Youth Lodge programs.
Fin ~nci~J supper[ to help it build and sustain a permanent Job
Coaching program that will increase the economic seti-s~lfi ciency of
ils residents, most of whom have incomes below guidelines.
GoodwillfEasthr Seals Minnesota
3t, Paul
Great Neighborhoods! Development
Corporation
MN
education to low and middle income individuals in Minneso~ and
western Wisconsin. FamilyMeans helps people gain financial
sustainabiltiy by teaching.
MN
programming and services.
MN
MN
St. Paul
on our Broadway Plaza (working title) project in the north Minneapolis
Hav4home neighborhood.
MN
Revolving Loan Fund, Single Family Homeownership, Housing
MN
3ustainability
Guild Incorporated
MN
HIRED
MN
Inver Hills Community College
3usthinability
Local Initiatives Support Corporation {LISC)
Nonprofits, Inc.
To support Guild thcorporated’s Employment Services.
river Grove Height: MN
St. Pau!
MN
tit. Paul
MN
SL Paul
MN
St. Paul
MN
Supped for our Employment & Economic Opportunity programs. Our
employment programs promote personal skill development, including
job entry skills and training of unemployed workers.
members in building their ~pacity so they are able to meeet Ihe
MN growing need.
-conomic
3ustainability
Metropoltian Consortium of Community
Developers
MN
Metropolitan Economic Development
Association {MEDA)
MN
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DONATIONS
Sustainabilgy
Sustainability
Minneapolis
MN
Minneapolis Mosaic
Minneapolis
MN
Minnesota PJDS Project
Minneapolis
gN wiffi HIV and their families.
To continue to provide comprehensive, culturally based healing
Sustainability
Minneapolis
Sustainability
Neighborhood Development Center Inc
Sustainabilgy
Neighborhood House
~IN
St, Paul
Minneapolis
Sustainability
MN
People Serving People Chadges, Inc.
Minneapolis
MN
Pillsbury United Communities
Minneapolis
MN
MN
SustainabilRy
Sustainabilgy
MN
MN
Sustainability
Sustainability
~IN
~EON has focused on training and supp~ciing Nodhside
.=nh’epreneurs, This project is to focus agention on a few emerging
ausinesses (NEON graduates) who are likely to succeed on the
Nodhside, with addigonal thchnic~l assistance and supporL
roy!de homeless individuals with the pmper supports so they may
People Se~ing People’s Workforce Development Training and
Employment Assistance Programs help homeless and low-income
families meet the ex~raodinary challenges they face in today’s
economy. AS the largest provider of emergency housing in Minnesota.
The Urban Oppodurkties program helps low-income residents of
Minneapolis’ core communities transition to economic self sufficiency
~hrough new or better employment.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Iowerdncome families
develop the tools they need to achieve serf-sufficiency.
RESOURCE, Inc.
MN families.
~,ssociation (REDA)
MN
~uth’s House of Hope, Inc.
gustainabi~gy
-adbacit
MN
To supper[ culturally-sensitive employment, training, educational and
socia~ services to disadvantaged Asian, Afdcan and Burmese
immigrants and refugees and their famllies.
Minneapolis
MN
St. Paul
MN home values have plummeted by up to 53% from 2007.
neighborhoods greatly affected by the forec!osum cdsis, in which are~
Sustainabilgy
~parc
dudng our 2009-2010 program year. This intensely suppodive Shelt~
Program is a cdgcal first step in ending the cycle of homelessness in
Sustainability
Sustainabgity
The Bddge for Runaway Youth, Inc.
Sustainability
Minneapolis
MN
Minneapolis
MN
Minneapolis
~IN
mung adults (age 16 and up). Individualized case management plus
Su stainabili[y
Sustainabilgy
The Link
Minneapolis
The Salvation Army
VlN
Twin ClUes Habitat for Humanity
~IN
re help fund HeatShare, an emergency fuel fund administered by Th,
~alvation Army since 1984.
Minneapolis
Hopkins
Sustainabillty
SustainabIlity
MN
Winona O,R.C. Indusffies, Incorporated
Sustainabilgy
Young Women’s Christian Association of St.
Paul MN
CIN
St. Paul
Supped for our "Women Can Do glNVomenBuild" Career & Work
MN Sector program to help train women in technical fields.
St. Paul
MN
DONATIONS
Program
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Payable Organizati0n Name
[
Ci[y
Educagon
Centre Cultdral Chicano
Minneapolis
Educagon
Community Design Center
St. Paul
Education
EducaSon
for Seniors (DARTS)
West St. Paul
Dakota County Technical College Foundation Rosemount
Education
Innovations in Science & Technology
Education (INSciTE)
Minneapolis
Education
James Ford Bell Museum of Natural History
Junic~ Achievement of the Upper Midwest
Minneapolis
Maplewood
Educagon
La Familts Guidance Center, Inc.
St. Pau!
grateI
Purpose of Request
University of Minnesota scientists, schools and family service
MN agencies.
MN skills.
DONATIONS
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Educafion
Selden Valley
MN
struggling low-income students of color in the inner-city Twin Cities.
This program addresses the achievement gap in math expedenced by
students of color, whose math proficiency severely lagging.
students for a successful transition into high school, and to endch the
students’ academic performance and success dudng their high school
MIGIZI Communicagons, Inc.
MN
Education
Minneapolis Community and Technical
College Foundation
Requested funds are for scholarship supped for students padicipating
in the Power of YOU program, a five year inifiagve staged in 2006 to
significantly increase the postsecondary pardclpafion and graduagon
MN rates of recent graduates from urban core high schools,
Education
Minnesota Independent School Forum
St. Paul
Minnesota Pgvate College Fund
~/esl St. Paul
~innesoth State University, Mankata
:oundagon, lnc.
Education
~lississippi River F[~nd
St. Paul
deighbothood Involvement Program
Educagon
padic~pate in professional development training focused on STEM
learning trends and technological Ileracy.
MN
Educagon
Education
MN
The grant would help fund the MATHCOUNTS program In Minnesota.
MATHCOUNTS is an endchment, coaching and compegdon program
MN that promotes middle school and junior high mathematics.
To award f 0 $500 scholarships to qualified and deselving students
MN with the grant,
MN
degrees as the first two years of study; 2) lndustdal Technrdogy with
either Industrial Management or Industrial Distdbrdion.
MN
SuppentofSchotarships(brdh endowed and cuEenOforthe Coliegeo
Science, Enginee~ng and Technology.
MN
MN
Minneapolis
MN
Community, is to cfuse the achievement gap by 2013 for the lowest
perMrming students while promogng a culture that values and
Education
"hyliis Wheagey Community Center
Minneapolis
MN
Education
Saint Paul Area Council of Chumhes
St. Paui
MN
Education
SCTC Foundation
St. Cloud
MN
South Central College Fadbault Campus
-oundalon
MN
A comprehensive community and technica~ college and a member of
lhe Minnesota State Colleges and UniversRies System, requesgng
South Central College No=th Mankata
Campus Foundalon
Nodh Mankato
St. Cloud State University Foundation
St. Cthud
St. Cloud
Educalon
Summit Academy OIC
Education
Afdcan Amedcan youth (grades K-9).
For twelve (f 2) student scholarsMps in manufactLMng technology
)rograms with an emphasis an math and science.
MN funding for students enrolled.
To provide minodty and female elementary and junior high students
wRh intensive positive mathematics, computers, and science
MN experiences through a summer camp.
MN Support for the "Project Lead The Way" scholarships
risk, underpen’on’ning students enrrdled in North Community High
School and Af~ocentdc Academy in grades 6-12. QOP focuses on
students with below a 2.0 GPA and those who are at dsk of dropping
Minneapolis
MN
Minneapolis
MN through exciting hands on educafional programs.
Supped for Homework Hub a free after-school program that ser~es K
12 students at community libraries in twelve Iocafions throughout
Hennepin County’s most economically disadvantaged and culturally
diverse
neighborhoods.
iMN
Education
St. Paul
Educa~on
Educagon
T~n Cities Housing Development
Corporagon
University of St. Thomas
Edina
Engineering the Future will bdng engaging, hands-on engineering
projects to elementary students in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Thi
)rograra exceeds the new State Academic Standards for Science an~
Engineering and is designed to inspire young learners.
St. Paul
St. Paul
chldren grades K-5 and 6‘9 attwo resource centers in housing
developments whose residents are pdmadly immigrants.
Higher Educagon
DONATIONS
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MN
Bddging Inc.
MN
Carleton College
MN
MN forests in mitigating climate change.
Eagle Watch, Inc.
Fgends of Rosevllle’s Harder Alexander
Na[~re Center. inc.
MN
St. Paul
MN
St. Paul
MN
Fdends of the Minnesota Valley
Fdends of the Mississippi River
MN
St. Paul
MN
Glenwood & Beyond
MN
Great River Greening
MN
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
~loomington
MN
Vlinneapolis
MN
3haska
Minnesota State University Moorhea~
~dor Lake Watarski Association
Saint Paul Riverfi’ont Corporagon
To support Reaching Out to Urban Schools inigagve. Thr~gh this
,roven outreach effort, the Arboretum proposes to deliver three
~lisgnct but related program.
MN
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MN
MN
St. Paul
Seward Redesign Inc
MN
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St. Cathedne University
MN
The Lake walk project will serve to safely connect Iwo very citiTen
focused public areas and also enhance the environment by providing
water runoff/erosion control.
with our Milli~ Acorn Campaign L a five year. community-based
program.
The need for high-quality, rigorous professional development is acute
St. Paul
Sustainable Revolution Project
City of Shakepee, Minnesota. Aggregate Industries, Inc.. the
Shakopee-Pdor Lake Waterski Assn, and other Iocai recreation and
conservation organizagons.
To provide pa rlial tundieg for National Great River Park
implementagon, which is shaping Saint Paul’s dver colTidor.
To improve the water quality of the Seward Neighb~dlood. Our
proposa~ is to fund three project components which combine to
improve water quality in the area,
MN
MN
To support EcoSTARS II. a unique collaborative project belween CSC
and a total of seven elementary schools. ~qis environmental
educalion project will benegt all involved.
MN
Thomas E. and Edna D. Carpenter
Foundation
qasliegs
MN
Thomas Irvine Dodge Nature Center
Nest St. Paul
MN
St. Croix Valley and eastern Twfn Cities Metro area.
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Historic
State
Rail Trail System. The planting of these trees will result in significant
TmeTmst
St, Paul
MN
Wodd Savvy
Golden Valley
MN
tra{I system.
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DONATIONS
Program
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
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3D
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DD
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DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
3D
3D
3D
3D
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AMERICAN LEGION POST#2
ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY
Anoka Area Hockey Association Inc
Becket Youth Sports Association
BECKER-SIG LAKE YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Northern Slat Council
Bddgevlew Assembly of God
Cannon Falls Football Booster Club
Cathedral High School
Come Zoo and Consercato~y Society
Companies To Classrooms
Courage Center
Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH OF BECKER
FAMILYMEANS
Friends for A Non-VioMnt Wodd Inc
Hanover Historical Society
~istor[c Saint Paul Corporation
RONDALE YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
Shakopee
Golden Valley
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT INC - Maplewood MN
VIEMORIAL BLOOD CENTERS OF MINNESOTA
~IENDOTA MDEWAKANTON DAKOTA COMMUNITY
~lstropolgan Economic Development Association
Maplewood
St Paul
Mendota
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A~oka
St Paul
Big Lake
Cannon Falls
New UIm
St Paul
Minneapolis
MN
Becket
Stillwater
StPaul
St Paul
New Brighton
~innesota Black Chamber of Commerce Incorporated
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~INNESOTA COUNCIL FOR QUALITY [NC
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MINNESOTA DESTINATION IMAGINATION
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MINNESOTA ELKS YOUTH CAMP
Minnesota Fighting AIDS on Bikes
MN
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Foundation
Minneapolis
MINNESOTA PHILMARMONIA
MINNESOTA SPECIAL OLYMPICS INC
Minnesota State Elks Youth Camp Inc
MN
~-win Cities
Minnesota Zoo Foundation
MONTICELLO POLECATS AMATEUR BASEBALL INC
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
MN
MN
North Metro Soccer Association
N St Paul
NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Minneapolis
NORTHEAST DINNER BELL INCORPORATED
New Hope
Iodhwest YMCA
St Cloud
QUIET OAKS HOSPICE HOUSE
RAINBOW FAMILIES
St Paul
Red Wing Soccer Club Inc
Red Wing
MN
Ronald Mcdonald House Charities Upper MidweM
Rosemount Area Hockey Association
Roseville Area Senior Program North Suburban Senior Council
Rosevi]le
ROSEVlLLE AREA SENIOR PROGRAM NORTH SUBURBAN SENIOR COUNCI
SAUK RAPIDS YOUTH HOCKEY INC
Sauk Rapids
SHORELINE EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER INC
Wayzata
Minneapolis
Simpson Housing Services Inc
ST CLOUD ALL CITY MARCHING BAND INC
St Cloud
MN
St. RaphaM Church
Oakdale
TARTAN AREA YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
"artan Girls Hockey Booster Club
St Paul
TARTAN HOCKEY BLUE LINE CLUB
Maplewood
St Paul
"HE RAPTOR CENTER UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA FOUNDATION
MN
Trinity Mission
Minneapolis
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
WACONIA HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INC
WHITE BEAR AREA FAST PITCH SOFTBALL ASSOC
White Bear Lake
White Bear Lake Hockey & Skating Association Inc
White Bear Lake
Roseville
WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTER OF MINNESOTA
Minneapolis
YOUTHCARE
Zimmerman Youth Baseball
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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EDUCATION AUGSBURG COLLEGE
EDUCATION BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION
EDUCATION Bethany Lutheran College & Seminary Inc
EDUCATION SETHEL UNIVERSITY
EDUCATION CARLETON COLLEGE
EDUCATION Central Baptist Theological Seminary
EDUCATION College of St Benedict
EDUCATION COLLEGE OF ST CATHERINE
EDUCATION COLLEGE OF ST SCHOLASTICA INC
gDUCATION Concordia College
EDUCATION Crossroads College
EDUCATION CROWN COLLEGE
EDUCATION Dr Mar[in Luther College
EDUCATION Dunwoody College of Technology
EDUCATION Gustavus Adolphus College
EDUCATION Hamline University
EDUCATION Inver Hills Community College Foundation
EDUCATION Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary
EDUCATION LUTHER SEMINARY
EDUCATION Lutheran Brethren Seminary
EDUCATION Macalester College
EDUCATION MARTIN LUTHER COLLEGE
EDUCATION MetTopoMan State University Foundation
EDUCATION Minnesota Life College
EDUCATION MINNESOTA MEDICAL FOUNDATION
EDUCATION Minnesota State College Southeast Technical Foundation
EDUCATION Minnesota State University Mankuto Foundation
EDUCATION Minnesota State University Moorhead Alumnl Foundation Inc
EDUCATION Normandale Community College Foundation Inc
EDUCATION NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
EDUCATION Notihwestem College
EDUCATION South Central College Mankato Campus Foundation
EDUCATION Southwest Minnesota State University Foundation Inc
EDUCATION ST CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION INC
EDUCATION ST JOHNS UNIVERSITY
=DUCATION St Johns University
EDUCATION ST MARYS UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
EDUCATION St Olaf College
EDUCATION ST PAUL COLLEGE FOUNDATION
EDUCATION St Paul Seminary School of Divth~ty, University of
EDUCATION St Paul Seminary School of Divinity, University of Thomas
EDUCATION THE MINNEAPOLIS COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE FO
EDUCATION THE RAPTOR CENTER UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA FOUNDATION
EDUCATION TRUSTEES OF THE HAMLINE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA FOUNDATION
EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF ST THOMAS
EDUCATION William Mitchell College of Law
EDUCATION Winona State University Foundation
Minneapolis
MN
Bernidji
MN
Mankato
MN
St Paul
MN
Notihfield
MN
Plymouth
MN
St Joseph
MN
St Paul
MN
Duluth
MN
Moorhead
MN
Rochester
MN
St Bonifacius
MN
New UIm
MN
Minneapolis
MN
St Peter
MN
St Paul
MN
Inver Grove Heights MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
New UIrn
MN
St Paul
MN
MN
MN
Minneapolis
MN
MN
MN
Mankato
MN
Moorhead
MN
Minneapolis
MN
Brooklyn Park
MN
St Paul
MN
Mankato
MN
MN
MN
St Cloud
MN
Collegevilte
MN
St Cloud
MN
Winona
MN
Notihgeld
MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
Minneapolis
MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
Minneapolis
MN
St Paul
MN
St Paul
MN
Wthona
MN
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Sta~
NONPROFIT ~,bbott Nodhwestem Hospital Foundation
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT ABBOTF NORTHWESTERN HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT ~,ccess press Md
St Paul
NONPROFIT Accountability Minnesota
St Paul
NONPROFIT Admission Possible
St Paul
NONPROFIT Alzheimers Disease & Related Disorders Association, Minnesota North Dakota CI MN
NONPROFIT AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY INC
Mendota Heights
NONPROFIT American Cancer Society Inc
~N
NONPROFIT American Cancer Society St Cloud MN
St Cloud
NONPROFIT American Cancer Society, Rochester
Rochester
NONPROFIT American Cancer Society, Sainl Cloud
St Cloud
NONPROFIT American Diabetes Association - MN
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION St. Louis Park MN
St Louis Park
NONPROFIT American Heart Association - Greater Twin Cities A
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT American Heart Association, MidwestAffiliate
MN
NONPROFIT AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF MN
St Paul
NONPROFIT AMERICAN RED CROSS
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT American Red Cross of the Twin C~ties Area
Twin Cities
NONPROFIT AMERICAN RED CROSS WINONA COUNTY
Winona
NONPROFIT Amherst H Wilder Foundation
St Paut
NONPROFIT AMYOTROPHiC LATERAL SCLEROSIS ASSOCIATION
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, MN Chapter
MN
NONPROFIT ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY
Golden Valley
NONPROFIT Animal Humane Society
MN
NONPROFIT Animal Sanctuary of St Croix
St Croix
NONPROFIT Annual CatholicAppeal
MN
NONPROFIT Annual CatholicAppeal
St Paul
NONPROFIT Anoka County Brotherhood Council Inc (Acbc Foodshe
Anoka
NONPROFIT ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION INC
St Paul
NONPROFIT Ascension Placelnc
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT AUTISM SOCIETY OF MINNESOTA
St Paul
NONPROFIT BILLY GRAHAM EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT BOLDER OPTIONS
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA COUNCIL - ROCHESTER MN
Rochester
NONPROFIT Boy Scouts of America, Northern Star Council
St Paul
NONPROFIT BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF MINNEAPOLIS
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT BridgeLink
Andover
NONPROFIT Camphill Village Minnesota Inc
Sauk Centre
NONPROFIT CARING BRIDGE
Eagan
NONPROFIT Caring for Cats Inc
N St Paul
NONPROFIT Carpenter St Croix Valley Nature Center
Hastings
NONPROFIT CARVER COUNTY HiSTORiCAL SOCIETY INC
Waconia
NONPROFIT Catholic Charkles
MN
NONPROFIT CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF WINONA INC
Winona
NONPROFIT Catholic Eldercare Community Foundation Inc
MN
NONPROFIT Centracare Health Foundation
St Cloud
NONPROFIT Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity
MN
NONPROFIT CENTRAL MINNESOTA TASK FORCE ON BATTERED WOMEN
St Cloud
NONPROFIT CHARITIES REVIEW COUNCIL OF MINNESOTA [NC
St Paul
NONPROFIT Charky Events of Minnesota
MN
NONPROFIT Childrens Health Care Foundation
MN
NONPROFIT CNIdrens Home Society of Minnesota
MN
NONPROFIT Chdctians Reaching Out in Social Service - C.R.O.S.S.
MN
NONPROFIT COMMON HOPE INC
St Paul
NONPROFIT CommonweaITheatre Company
Lanesboro
NONPROFIT Commungy Thread
Stil]water
NONPROFIT COMO ZOO AND CONSERVATORY SOCIETY
St Paul
NONPROFIT Companies To Classrooms
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Cook County Community Radio
Grand Marais
NONPROFIT Cookie Cart
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Corcoran Neighborhood Organization
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Courage Center
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America - MN Chapte
St Paul
NONPROFIT Cystic Fibrosis Foundation * Minnesota Chapter
St Paul
NONPROFIT DAKOTA AREA RESOURCES AND TRANSPORTATION FOR SENIO
W St Paul
NONPROFIT DARTS
MN
NONPROFIT Destination Education Inc
MN
NONPROFIT Destiny Christian Center Inc
Bumsville
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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gONPROFIT Ducks Unlimited Inc
gONPROFIT Dusome Foundation
gONPROFIT EBENEZER SOCIE~( FOUNDATION
gONPROFIT ECO EDUCATION
gONPROFIT Emergency Community Help Organization ECHO
gONPROFIT Emergency Foodshelf Network Inc
gONPROFIT EMERGENCY FOODSHELF NETWORK INC
gONPROFIT Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota Inc
~ONPROFIT Evangelicat Free Chumh Of America
~ONPROFIT Exu~tate
~ONPROFIT Fairview Foundation
~ONPROFIT Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church
~ONPROFIT FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH OF BECKER
qONPROFIT Family Pathways
qONPROFIT FAMILYMEANS
gONPROFIT Feed My Starving Children
gONPROFIT FELINE RESCUE INC
qONPROFIT Franciscan Brothers of Peace. Inc
INONPROFITFRESH AIR INC
~ONPROFIT Friends of the Minnesota Sinfonia
NONPROFITFriends of the Mississippi River
NONPROFITFriends of the Red Wing Public Library
NONPROFITFriends of the T B Sheldon Memorial Auditorium
NONPROFITGardening Matters
NONPROFITGEETA ASHRAM
NONPROFIT GILLETTE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT GIRL SCOUT OF MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN RIVER VALLEY
NONPROFIT Goodhue County Historical Society
NONPROFIT Great Notthem T~eatre Company
NONPROFIT Great River Greening
NONPROFIT Great River Regional Library
NONPROFIT Great River Shakespeare Festival
NONPROFIT Grey Eagle Library Association
NONPROFIT GUARDIAN ANGELS OF ELK RIVER INC
NONPROFIT Guthrie Theatre Foundation
NONPROFIT Habitat for Humanity International Inc
NONPROFIT Hanover Area Food Shelf Inc
NONPROFIT Hastings Family Service
NONPROFIT HASTINGS PUBLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT HELP THE HELPLESS
NONPROFIT Hennepin Theatre Trust
NONPROFIT HINDU SOCIETY OF MINNESOTA
NONPROFIT Humane Society of Goodhue County
NONPROFIT Huntingtons Disease Society of America Inc
NONPROFIT IMMANUEL ST JOSEPHS HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT Indian Music Society Ofminnesata
NONPROFIT INTERACT CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
NONPROFIT Interchange Inst~tate
NONPROFIT Intemational Wolf Center
NONPROFITJAZZ. 88
NONPROFITJeremiah Program
NONPROFITJUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT INC - Maplewood MN
NONPROFITJUVENILE DIABETES FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL
NONPROFITKaren Wyckoff Rein In Sarcoma Fund
NONPROFITKatha Dance Theatre
NONPROFITKenya Society for Academic Advancement
NONPROFITKSMQ Public Service Media Inc
NONPROFITLake City Environmental Learning Program
NONPROFITLakes Area Habitat for Humanity
NONPROFITLeukemia & Lymphoma Society. Minnesota Chapter
NONPROFIT
NONPROFIT
NONPROFITLittle Brothers-Friends of the Elderly
NONPROFITLOAN REPAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OF MINNESOTA
NONPROFITLUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICE OF MINNESOTA
NONPROFITMake-A-Wish Foundation of Minnesota
NONPROFIT Management Assistance Project for Nonprogts Inc
NONPROFIT MANKATO AREA FOUNDATION
MN
MN
Minneapolis
St Paul
MN
New Hope
MN
MN
MN
Minneapolis
MN
MN
Sgllwatar
St Pau!
St Paul
St Paul
Minneapolis
St Paul
Red Wing
Red Wing
MN
Brooklyn Park
St Paul
St Paul
Red Wing
MN
St Paul
MN
Winona
Grey Eagle
Elk River
Minneapolis
MN
Hastings
Hastings
Vadnais Heights
MN
Maple Grove
Red Wing
Minneapolis
Mankato
MN
Minneapolis
MN
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
St Paul
Maplewood
Bloomington
MN
Minneapolis
MN
Austin
Lake City
MN
Golden Valley
MN
MN
Minneapolis
St Paul
MN
Mankato
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
DONATIONS
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NONPROFIT VIANKATO FAMILY YMCA
NONPROFIT ~larch Of Dimes - Edina - MN
NONPROFIT ~larcb Of Dimes - Rochester MN
NONPROFIT ~layo C~inic Rochester
NONPROFIT ~IAYO FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT ~EMORIAL BLOOD CENTERS OF MINNESOTA
NONPROFIT ~e~cy & Unity Hospitals Foundation
NONPROFIT ~IERRICK COMMUNITY SERVICES
NONPROFIT Metro Meals on Wheels Inc
NONPROFIT MIDWEST CHALLENGE INS
NONPROFIT Minneapolis American Indian Center
NONPROFIT Minneapolis Food Share
NONPROFIT MINNEAPOLIS JEWISH FEDERATION
NONPROFIT ~FINNEAPOLIS SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS
NONPROFIT M~NNESOTA4-H FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT MINNESOTAAIDS PROJECT
NONPROFIT Minnesota Beethoven Festival
NONPROFIT Minnesota Brigade Camping Association
NONPROFIT Minnesota Christian Broadcasters Inc
NONPROFIT Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Inc,
NONPROFIT Minnesota Deer Hunters Association
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA FEDERATED HUMANE SOCIETIES
NONPROFIT Minnesota Fighting AIDS on Bikes
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
NONPROFIT Minnesota Land Trust
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA MECICAL FOUNCATION
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION
NONPROFIT Minnesota Ovadan Cancer Alliance Inc
NONPROFIT Minnesota Planetarium Society
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO INC
NONPROFIT MINNESOTA SPECIAL OLYMPICS INC
NONPROFIT Minnesota Teen Challenge Inc
NONPROFIT Minnesota Valley Humane Society
NONPROFIT Minnesota Zoo Foundation
NONPROFIT Minnesntans Military Appreciation Fund
NONPROFIT Miracles of Mitch Foundation
NONPROFIT Missing Grace Foundation
NONPROFIT MN Dept of Natural Resource
NONPROFIT Mobility for Independence
NONPROFIT Monticello Christian Social Services Inc
NONPROFIT MONTICELLO FOOD SHELF
NONPROFIT MOUND WESTONKA BASKETBALL BOOSTERS
NONPROFIT Mount Carmel Ministries
NONPROFIT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION
NONPROFIT Muscular Dystrophy Association - Edina MN
NONPROFIT NAMEMN
NONPROFIT NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY
NONPROFIT Neighborhood House Association
NONPROFIT Neighbors Inc
NONPROFIT NET Ministries, Inc.
NONPROFIT New Beginnings Pregnancy Support Center
NONPROFIT North Heights Lutheran Church
NONPROFIT North Side Life Care Center Inc
NONPROFIT NORTH SUBURBAN EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE RESPONSE INC
NONPROFIT Northwoods Audubon Center Inc
NONPROFIT OPEN ARMS OF MINNESOTA INC
NONPROFIT OPPORTUNITY PARTNERS INC
NONPROFIT PAGE EDUCATION FOUNDATION
NONPROFIT Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota
NONPROFIT PARMLY LIFEPOINTES
NONPROFIT People Incorporated
NONPROFIT PEOPLE RESPONDING IN SOCIAL MINISTRY
NONPROFITPipestone Per~ormlng Ar[s Center inc
~ONPROFITPLANNED PARENTHOOD OF MINNESOTA- SOUTH DAKOTA
iNONPROFITPolish Cultural Institute
iNONPROFITPrairie Five Community Action Council Inc
~ONPROFITPregnancy Choices Lifecare Center Inc
~ONPROFITPregnancy Resource Center
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Richfield
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MN
Chaska
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
MN
MN
St Paul
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
Burnsville
Twin Cffies
MN
Shaska
MN
St Paul
MN
Monticello
Monticello
Mound
MN
MN
Edina
St Paul
Minneapolis
MN
S St Paul
W St Paul
Red Wing
St Paul
Minneapolis
Crystal
MN
Minneapolis
Minnetonka
Minneapolis
St Paul
CNsago City
MN
Golden Valley
Pipestone
Minneapolis
MN
Maynard
MN
MN
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~IN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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MN
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MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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NONPROFIT Presbytedan Homes Foundation
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NONPROFIT Project for Pride In Living Inc
NONPROFIT Prolife Minnesota Inc
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NONPROFIT PTO of Rivengew Elementary
3rooklyn Park
NONPROFIT RAILROADING HERITAGE OF MIDWEST AMERICA DBA FRIENDS OF THE 26 Shoreview
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NONPROFIT RAINBOW FAMILIES
NONPROFIT Red Wing Art Association
Red Wing
Red Wing
NONPROFIT RED WING ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTER
NONPROFIT Regions Hospital Foundation
St Paul
NONPROFIT Resource Inc
St Paul
Faribauit
NONPROFIT Rice County Humane Society Inc
NONPROFIT RICE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY INC
Fadbault
NONPROFIT Ridgestew Foundation
Waconia
NONPROFIT River Bend Nature Center Inc
Fadbault
NONPROFIT Ronald Mcdonstd House Charities Upper Midwest
MN
NONPROFIT Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Society
St Paul
NONPROFIT Saint Paul Civic Symphony Association
St Paul
NONPROFIT Saint Paul Police Foundation
St Paul
NONPROFIT SAINT PAUL POLICE FOUNDATION
St Paul
Roseville
NONPROFIT SALVATION ARMY - NORTHERN DIVISION
NONPROFITsaivatibn Army, st. Cloud Corps.
MN
NONPROFIT Save - Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
Minneapolis
MN
NONPROFIT School SiMers of Notre Dame Inc
NONPROFIT Schreeder Area Historical Society
Schroeder
NONPROFIT SCIENCE MUSEUM OF MINNESOTA
St Paul
NONPROFIT SCO~i’-CARVER-DAKOTA CAP AGENCY INC
Shakopee
NONPROFIT Scottish Rite Childhood Language Clinic of Minnesota Inc
MN
NONPROFIT SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK OF GREATER MINNEAPOLIS
St Paul
NONPROFIT Second Harvest Headland
MN
NONPROFIT Second Harvest North Central Food Bank Inc
MN
NONPROFIT Sharing and Caring Hands Inc
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Sharing Life the Laura L Neumann Foundation
MN
NONPROFIT SHERBURNE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Becket
NONPROFIT Shriners Hospital Fund
MN
Minneapolis
NONPROFIT Smile Network International
NONPROFIT Soume MN. inc.
MN
NONPROFIT Southem Aneka Community Assistance Inc
Anoka
Fergus Falls
NONPROFIT SPINAL CORD SOCIETY
NONPROFITST CLOUD ALL CITY MARCHING BAND INC
St Cloud
iNONPROFIT St Josephs Home for Children
Minneapolis
~ONPROFIT St Louis Park Emergency Program Inc
St Louis Park
iNONPROFIT St Paul Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc
St Paul
~ONPROFIT ST STEPHENS HUMAN SERVICES INC
Minneapolis
~ONPROFIT St. Croix Valley Life Care Center
Stillwatar
gONPROFIT St. Paul’s Monastery
St Paul
~ONPROFIT Steams County Histodcal Society Inc
MN
St Paul
~ONPROFIT Stepping Stone Theater CO
gONPROFIT Story Book Lodge Christian Camp Inc
Gilbert
gONPROFIT Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Bloomington
gONPROFIT Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
MN
gONPROFITTanzania Life project
MN
gONPROF]T TEENS ALONE INC
Hopkins
qONPROF]T The Library Foundation of Hennepin County
Minneapolis
~ONPROFI- THE LIBRARY FOUNDATION OF HENNEPIN COUNTY
Minnetonka
~ONPROFIT THE MINNESOTA CHILDREN S MUSEUM
St Paul
~ONPROFIT The Raptor Center University of Minnesota Foundation
MN
~ONPROFIT THE SALVATION ARMY
Mankato
The Salvation Army
Rosevil]e
The Summer Singers
MN
TOP DOG FOUNDATION
New Germany
TOTAL LIFE CARE CENTERS INC
St Paul
Tree Trust
MN
Td-County Humane Society
St Cloud
Twin Cities Gay Mens Chorus
Minneapolis
TWIN CITIES HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Minneapolis
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
MN
Twin cgies Public Television Inc
MN
TWIN CITIES PUBLIC TELEVISION INC
St Paul
TWO RIVERS CHORALE
Coon Rapids
Stat~
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
DONATIONS
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*DD means Doflats For Doing, TEAMS means Volu#teer Energy Teams
NONPROFIT Union Gospel Mission
NONPROFIT UNION GOSPEL MISSION
NONPROFIT UNITED BLIND OF MINNESOTA INC
NONPROFIT United Hospital Foundation
NONPROFIT United Presbyterian Church In the USA Westminster Presbyterian Church
NONPROFIT United States O~ympic Committee
NONPROFIT Urban Ads Academy
NONPROFIT VAIL PLACE INC
NONPROFIT Vail Place Inc
NONPROFIT Victim Intentention Project
NONPROFIT VICTIM INTERVENTION PROJECT
NONPROFIT Voca~ Essence
NONPROFIT VOLUNTEERS ENLISTED TO ASSIST PEOPLE
NONPROFIT WATCH
NONPROFIT White Sear Lake Emergency Food Shelf
NONPROFIT WILDCAT SANCTUARY
NONPROFIT WILDERNESS INQUIRY INC
NONPROFIT Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota
NONPROFIT WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTER OF MINNESOTA
NONPROFIT Winona Area Humane Society
NONPROFIT Win0na county Historical Society inc
NONPROPITWOLF RIDGE ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTER
NONPROPITWomensource
NONPROFIT Weodbury Royals Band Boosters Inc
NONPROFIT YMCA of Greater Saint Paul
NONPROFIT YMCA OF METROPOLITAN MINNEAPOLIS
NONPROFIT Youthcare
NONPROFIT Y~NCA Minneapolis
~IN
St Paul
3~oomington
St Paul
MN
MN
MN
Hopkins
Minneapolis
MN
St Paul
Minneapolis
Bloomington
MN
White Sear Lake
Sandstone
Minneapolis
MN
Roseville
Winona
winona
Finland
MN
Woodbury
St Paul
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
DONATIONS
TEAM
TEAM
TEAM
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American Cancer Society, Saint Cloud
BRIDGING INCORPORATED
;omo Zoo and Conse~ato~ Society
TEAM
Courage Center
Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church
TEAM
TEAM
Jeremiah Program
TEAM
NORTH MINNEAPOLIS MEALS ON WHEELS
TEAM
WAKOTA LIFE-CARE CENTER INC
Total Matching Programs
TEAM
S’tCIoud
BECKER FOOD SHELF
Bloomingotn
St Paul
Minneapolis
MN
St Paul
Minneapolis
$196,990
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
DONATIONS
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Historic
UWay
Caring Rivers United Way
UWay
Catholic Charities - Minneapolis
UWay
Courage Center
UWay
Crow Wing County United Way
UWay
Delano Area United Way
UWay
Goodhue, Wabasha and Pierce Cty. UW
UWay
Greater Twin Cities United Way
UWay
Greater Twin Cities United Way
UWay
Greater Twin Cities United Way
UWay
Kids Count
UWay
Thief River Falls United Way
UWay
United Way of Central Minnesota
UWay
United Way of Dodge County
UWay
United Way of Douglas & Pope Counties
UWay
United Way of Greater Winona Area
UWay
United Way of Mower County
UWay
United Way of the Bemidji Area
UWay
Waseca Area United Way
UWay
Worthington Area United Way
Total United Way
Elk River
Minneapolis
Golden Valley
Brainerd
Delano
Red Wing
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
Minneapolis
Red Wing
Thief River Falls
St. Cloud
Dodge Center
Alexandria
Winona
Austin
Bemidji
Waseca
Worthington
$756,442
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
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MN
MN
MN
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DONATIONS
Historic
State
811002 Com~imnity Relations
811002 Community Rdadons
811002 Community Rdaffons
Dakota County Technical College
DCTC Foundation collage showcazc
811002 Comzmunity Relations
Sounds of lvLN
gounds of Miq drum bugle core
230301 ES Rive~alde Operahons
Youth Benefit / projects benefiting Northeast
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Vinneapo~s
supporting the quality and divc~alty of artistic
resources based in Northeast Minneapolis m
230301 ES IEverside Operations
230303 ES Riverside Support
230402 ES Shc~co Mulntenance
230402 ES Sherco Maintenance
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500011 Community Affaks SC
500011 Community Affaks SC
500011Community Affairs SC
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500011 Community Affairs SC
500011 Community Affaks SC
500011 Community Affaks SC
500011Con~nunity Affairs SC
Minneapolis
Monticello
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[nve* Grove I idgbts
Minneapolis
3t Pa~l
Minneapolis
MN
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East Side Neighborhood Services
Becket Fire Department
Monticello Softball
lnver ~ Community Co0ege
Ixondaic High Scbool
Minneapolis Paxk & Rec Board
Sa~d’ord Middle School
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Best Prep
Meals on Wheels
500011 Community Affairs SC
500011 Community Affairs SC
i00011Community AfrOs SC
i00890 CE Corporate Safety
i00945 I~ Planning & Performance
504000 CF Office of the CFO
320000 GC VP General Counsd
320000 GC VP General Counsd
520000 GC VP General Counsel
520100 GC Legal Services
320100 GC Imgal Sendees
520100 GC Legal Services
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300900 VP Cust Comm Svcs MN 921
~04103 Corn Gov & Reg Rd ND AG921
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11002 Community Ralafions MN AG 921
~11002 Con~munity Relations MN AG921
~11002 Community Relations ivLN AG921
1002 Community Relations MN AG921
1002 Con~nuniW Relations MN AG921
]Axthfifis Foundation
Bemidji
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Rdarions MN AG921
811002 Community Rdafions MN AG921
811002 Commuaity Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Rdafions iV[N AG921
Moorbcad Police
UNIVERSITY OF IVFN
ARISE
CITY OF OAK PABK I IEIGI1TS
Eden prairie High School Boosters
Uaiverff ty of MN promote entrepreneurship
Hdphag Cl~ldren with Disabilities
Prate restoration
High School
heriff Foundadon
Caponi Axt Park/Culture
Eagan
Buffalo Lake
Byron
Mendota Halgbt
Pequot Lakes
Burnsville
Grand Meadmv
Hopkins
American Red Cross
Miq STATE SOCmTY MN FORUM
ANAgRICAN RED CROSS
’i\xdn Cities
Moorhead
Minneapolis
St Cloud
Oak Paxk
Eden Prairie
Nexv Richland
Red Wing
Best Prep
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Americma Hem Assoc/Red Cioss/iVi~ Zoo
American Heart Assoc/Be~i Prdp/Ffiends 6f
St Paul Librar~
Arthritis Foundation
Friends for the St Paul Public Libra~3,
Twin Cities Diversity, M3q Association of
Black La\wers, MaN Women’s Lawyers
Scholarship Fund Raiser
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VIN Assoc of Black Lawye*s
Twin Cities
811002 Community Ralations iVlN AG921
811002 Community Rdations M-N AG921
811002 Community Rdations b/LN AG921
11002 Community Relafions M-N AG921
811002 Corr*munity Relations MN AG921
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St Paul
St Paul
St Paul
St Paul
St Paul
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Co0ege Fund
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811002 Community Relations NLN AG921
811002 Commmtity Relations iVIN AG921
East Side Neighborhood Scrvlccs
MN
MN
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3teat River Greening f~nd raiser
American Society of Agriculture
Becker Community Center
Bethany Sports
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Ducks Unlhnited
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I Iopkins Pubhc Schools
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3dence Fair
Eoverc~l Bridge Music & A~ts Festival
Ducks UnIhnited
Empty Boxvls
DONATIONS
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Conmau~it), Relations IVLN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Corm~unity Relations IVLN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Relations 1VLN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Relations MN AG921
811002 Comanunity Relations MN AG921
811002 Community Relations MTN AG921
811002 Commmfity Relations MN AG921
811002 Con~munity Relations NLN AG921
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853666 Area En~neefing MN ED580
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230402 RS Sherco Maintenance
Total NomCorpomte Donations
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FERC Sub-account Budgets
Docket No. E002/GR-10-971
Required Information
Filing Requirement
The Commission in Docket No. E002/GR-91-001 states, as item 6D the
following requirement:
"The Company shall provide summaries of all its applicable budgets by FERC
sub-accounts. If the CompaW cannot comply with this requirement it shall
show cause within 30 days of the date of this Order." (Page 92 of the
November 27, 1991 Order)
Compliance
.Attached is a schedule that summarizes the 2011 electric unadjusted operating
and maintenance expense budget by FERC account for NSP-MN Company
and the NSP-State of Minnesota electtqc jurisdiction~ The detailed direct
assignments and allocations to the Minnesota electric jurisdiction are included
in the test year work papers (-Volume 4).
On August 6, 1992 NSP MN filed a petition for variance from this filing
requirement for capital budgets. This vat{ance was approved in Docket No.
E002/M-92-898 in an Order dated September 28, 1992. As such, the capital
budget information and the related information that these budgets impact
(depredation, taxes, etc.) have not been developed or provided at the FERC
sub-account level.
Docket No. E002/GR-68-1065
Page 1 of 4
Northern States Power, a Minnesota corporation
Electric O&M by FERC account
Unadjusted
2011 Mn Company
Budget
2011 Minnesota
Jurisdiction
POWER PRODUCTION EXPENSES
A. Steam Power Generation
Operation
500 Operation Supervision & Engineering
501 Fuel
502 Steam Expenses
505 Electric Expenses
506 Miscellaneous Steam Power Expenses
507 Rents
Total Operation
509
510
511
512
513
514
SO2 Allowances
Maintenance Supervision & Engineering
Maintenance of Structures
Maintenance of Boiler Plant
Maintenance of Electric Plant
Maintenance of Miscellaneous Steam Plant
Total Maintenance
Total Steam Power Generation
B. Nuclear Power Generation
Operation
517 Operation Supervision & Engineering
518 Fuel
519 Coolants and Water
520 Steam Expenses
523 Electric Expenses
524 Miscellaneous Nuclear Power Expenses
525 Rents
Total Operation
528
529
530
531
532
Maintenance
Maintenance Supervision & Engineering
Maintenance of Structures
Maintenance of Reactor Plant Equipment
Maintenanc of Electdc Plant
Maintenance of Miscellaneous Nuclear Plant
Total Maintenance
Total Nuclear Power Generation
C. Hydraulic Power Generation
Operation
535
Operation Surpevision & Engineering
536
Water for Power
537
Hydraulic Expenses
538
Electric Expenses
539
Miscellaneous Hydraulic Power Generation Expenses
540
Rents
Total Operation
641
542
543
644
545
Maintenance
Maintenance Supervision & Engineering
Maintenance of Structures
Maintenance of Reservoirs, Dams and Waterways
Maintenance of Electric Plant
Maintenance of Miscellaneous Hydraulic Plant
Total Maintenance
Total Hydraulic Power Generation
D. Other Power Generation
$
6,683,837
537,565,826
31,634,671
3,303,637
25,051.744
5,077,717
609,317,432
$
5,914,688
472,567,129
27,994,280
2,923,468
22,168,890
4,493,394
536,061,847
1,162,370
3,413,371
37,621,137
8,397,011
13,760,010
64,353,899
673,671,331
1.021,824
3,020,574
33,072,252
7,381,703
12,176,563
56,672,917
892,734,766
65,5251395
111,499,000
7,720,145
37,790,219
1,620,365
124,969,664
5,726,044
354,850,832
57~9841995
98,017,321
6,831,742
33,441,472
1,433,900
110,588,655
5,067,114
313,365,198
12,196,418
16,580
33,575,933
10,225,575
23,149,192
79,163,698
434,014,830
10,721,713
14,672
29,516,166
8,989,170
20,486,276
69,726,996
383,092,194
41,148
36,413
1,000
362,557
11,820
416,525
885
320,835
10.391
368,524
18,251
16,044
42,000
105,000
50,491
215,742
632,267
37.167
92.304
44,681
190,196
558,720
Docket No. E002/GR-08-1065
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Northern States Power, a Minnesota corporation
Electric O&M by FERC account
Unadjusted
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
Operation
Operation Supervision & Engineering
Fuel
Generation Expenses
Miscellaneous Other Power Generation Expenses
Rents
Total Operation
Maintenance Supervision & Engineedng
Maintenace of Structures
Maintenance of Generating and E]ectdc Plant
Maintenance of Miscellaneous Other Power Generation Plant
Total Maintenance
Total Other Power Generation
E. Other Power Supply Expenses
555 Purchased Power
556 System Control and Load Dispatching
557 Other Expenses
Total Other Power Supply Expenses
TOTAL POWER PRODUCTION EXPENSES
"rRANSMISSION EXPENSES
Operation
660 Operation Supervision & Engineering
561.1 Load Disp-Re[iability
561.2 Load Disp-MonitodOperate
561.3 Load Disp-Trans Serv/Sch
561.4 Load Disp-Sch/Con/Disp Serv
561.5 Rel/Plan/Standards Dev
561.6 Trans Service Studies
561.7 Gen Interconn Studies
561.8 Rel/Plan/Standards Dev Serv
562 Station Expenses
563 Overhead Line Expenses
564 Underground Line Expenses
565 Transmission of Electricity by Others
566 Misc. Transmission Expenses
567 Rents
Total Operation
568
569
570
571
572
573
Maintenance Supervision & Engineedng
Maintenance of Structures
Maintenance of Station Equipment
Maintenance of Overhead Lines
Maintenance of Underground Lines
Maintenance of Miscellaneous Transmission Plant
Total Maintenance
TOTAL TRANSMISSION
2011 Mn Company
Budget
2011 Minnesota
Jurisdiction
2,181,800
12,982,000
9,318,893
12,013,801
1,381,644
37,878,138
1,222,650
33,443,497
376,642
2,494,816
8,961,764
1,866,011
13,699,233
61,677,371
333,300
2,207,723
7,930,480
1,651,278
12,122,780
45,566,278
798,126,000
537,868
70,424,062
869,087,930
703,600,692
475,972
61,975,258
766,051,922
2,028,983,429
1,788,003,878
8,949,844
140,177
6,079,472
43,188
8,777,420
998,944
7,387
36,934
631,100
851,467
1,273,900
7,919,932
124,046
5,379,871
38,218
7,767,350
883,990
6,537
32,684
558,476
753,484
1,127,305
96,401,600
55,499,122
3,227,871
182,918,426
85,308,089
49,112,505
2,856,421
161,868,905
206,045
182,334
5,612,201
7,013,457
4,966,371
6,206,376
223,634
13,055,337
197,899
11,552,981
195,973,763
173,421,886
1,930,727
8,246,512
Docket No. E002/GR-08-1068
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Northern States Power, a Minnesota corporation
Electric O&M by FERC account
Unadjusted
2011Mn Company
Budget
2011 Minnesota
Jurisdiction
REGIONAL MARKET
575.1 Operation Supervision
575.2 DA & RT Mkt Admin
575.5 Ancillary Serv Mkt Admin
575.6 Mkt Monitoring/Compliance
575.7 Market Administration
575.8 Regional Market Rents
Total Regional Market
281,018
259,362
332,483
138,235
11,550,580
195,527
12,757,205
248,680
229,516
294,222
122,327
10,221,385
173,027
11,289,157
TOTAL REGIONAL MARKET
12,757,205
1t,289,157
DISTRIBUTION EXPENSES
Operation
580 Operation Supervision & Engineering
581 Load Dispatching
582 Station Expenses
583 Overhead Line Expenses
584 Underground Line Expenses
585 Street Lighting and Signal System Expenses
586 Meter Expenses
587 Customer Installagons Expenses
588 Miscellaneous Distribution Expenses
589 Rents
Total Operation
9,264,750
6,083,964
2,797,685
1,977,918
6,728,867
1,720,200
3,310,338
2,676,076
15,006,741
2,837,224
52,403,783
7,735,538
5,541,106
2,601,682
1,714,541
5,549,363
1,513,606
2,684,224
2,317,354
13,158,579
2,477,829
45,293,822
886,873
780,553
590
591
592
893
594
595
596
597
598
Maintenance
Maintenance Supervision & Engineering
Maintenance of Structures
Maintenance of Station Equipment
Maintenance of Overhead Lines
Maintenance of Underground Lines
Maintenance of Line Transformers
Maintenance of Street Lighting and Signal Systems
Maintenance of Meters
Maintenance of Miscellaneous Distribution Plant
Total Maintenance
5,371,602
32,898,113
9,820,635
1,900,989
1,343,866
26,906
30,302,909
8,687,295
16,313
52,248,974
47,610,460
104,652,757
92,904,282
CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS EXPENSES
Operation
901
Supervision
902
Meter Reading Expenses
903
Customer Records and Collection Expenses
904
Uncollectible Accounts
905
Miscellaneous Customer Accounts Expenses
Total
255,689
21,154,892
25,641,239
15,099,518
42,233
62,193,571
224,184
17,251,401
22,481,854
13,507,709
37,029
53,502,177
TOTALCUSTOMERACCOUNTSEXPENSES
62,193,571
53,502,177
82,958,625
2,513,159
81,480,066
2,164,914
85,471,784
83,644,980
85,471,784
83,644,980
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
CUSTOMER SERVICE AND INFORMATIONAL EXPENSES
Operation
907
Supervision
908
Customer Assistance Expenses
909
Informational and Instructional Expenses
910
Miscellaneous Customer Service and Informational Expenses
Total
TOTAL CUSTOMER SERVICE AND INFORMATIONAL EXPENSES
SALES EXPENSES
Docket No. E002/GR~08-1065
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Northern States Power, a Minnesota corporation
Electric O&M by FERC account
Unadjusted
911
912
913
916
2011 Mn Company
Budget
Operation
Supervision
Demonstrating and Selling Expenses
Advertising Expenses
Miscellaneous Sales Expenses
Total
TOTALSALESEXPENSES
2011 Minnesota
Jurisdiction
126,050
122,860
126,050
122,860
t26,050
122,860
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSES
Operation
920
Administrative and General Salaries
921
Office Supplies and Expenses
922
Administrative Expenses Transferred-Credit
Outside Services Employed
923
924
Property insurance
925
Injuries and Damages
926
Employee Pension and Benefits
927
Franchise Requirements
928
Regulatory Commission Expenses
929
Duplicate Charges-Credit
930.1
General Advertising Expenses
930.2
Miscellaneous General Expenses
931
Rents
935
Maintenance of GeneralP]ant
Total
51,832,072
38,857,420
(16,279,388)
13,029,493
11,632,026
13,439,048
79,631,362
44,825,447
34,134,559
(14,374,680)
11,485,920
10,277,111
11,855,194
70,209,573
5,115,100
(3,437,000)
2,504,068
3,362,679
15;954~046
369,782
216,010,708
4,325,160
(3,032,805)
2,101,060
2,925,782
14;042;495
325,876
189,100,693
TOTAL ADMINISTATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSES
216,010,708
189,t00,693
GRAND TOTAL - All Expenses
$
2~706,169,267
$
2,39t,989,913
Employee Expense Report Index
Minn. Stat. ~ 216B.16, subd. 17
Docket No. E002/GR-10-971
Travd Expense *
EER - Schedule 1
VP and Above *
EER- Schedule ]A
Meal Expense *
EER - Schedule 2
Entertainment Expense *
EER - Schedule 3
Board Expense *
EER - Schedule 4
Top Ten *
EER - Schedule 5
Dues *
EER - Schedule 6
Gifts *
EER - Schedule 7
Aviation *
EER- Schedule 8
Lobbying
EER- Schedule 9
Concur Expense Categories *
EER- Schedule 10
Summary Comparison
EER - Summary Schedule 1
2009 Actual Summary
EER - Summary Schedule 2
20! 1 Test Year Summary
EER - Summary Schedule 3
*
These Schedules have been provided electronically in a PFD Format
Docket No. E002/GR-10-971
EER Schedule 9 - Lobbying
Legislated Minnesota Expense Reporting Requirements
Lobbying Expenses
Lobbying Expenses are recorded to FERC account 426.4, Expenditures for Civic,
Political, and Related Activities. Because this FERC account is treated as below the line
expense, there are no lobbying expenses included in current rates or in our test year
request.
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